Today is the day for the first monthly releases of this blog. I’m happy that during this month my motivation to translate didn’t lessen, but was fuel instead. I guess that had a lot to do with being able to have the support and help of translators and editors at Radiant Translations and the random karaoke with other translators and editors from various translation groups. And so, with the motto of fun and dedication, here’s what I have in store for you guys to read.
Oh! I almost forgot to mention I add the links for the others blogs I know that are translating either the same book as me or others books from the same series.
We should share the love of good cnovels with each other. If you guys know blogs with interesting translated cnovels, please do share with me. Don’t go hogging the good stuffs because I don’t. ^_~
One last thing, I’m changing the frequency of the update to every two weeks instead of monthly. So, the blog will be update on the second week and last week without a specific date with a minimum of one chapter every time.
As a reminder, I’m a lone translator, english is my third language and chinese my fourth language. Which means it takes me more time to translate compare to other translators and if there are any grammar or spelling mistakes, please do point it out so I can correct them. Thank you for your comprehension!
This month releases :
SSMD – Prologue (More infos in Teasers)
Link to others blogs :
Nutty’s blog which is translating “A Generation of Military Counselor” and hosting Sian’s translations of “Record of Washed Grievances” which that person already translated farther than I do.
Rui’s blog which is translating at her own pace the same thing as Nutty, me and Sian, and…she’s planning on translating the sequel of the series : “The Pirate Princesses”
Zazajunnie’s blog which is translating the story of the sister everyone almost forgot because of Zhuo Qing and Gu Yun, “Mysteries in the Imperial Harem”. You guys should check this out because she’s pretty far into the story.
Last, but not least, if you already like something similar to Record of Washed Grievances, how about trying to read “The Tang Dynasty’s Female Forensic Doctor” at Jollymerry’s blog. The novel can be put into the following categories : reincarnated, time travel, forensic investigation and strong female lead. Although, the writing style reminds me of a cross between Mei Gongqing and To be a Virtuous Wife.